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#16 manka

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 03:51 am

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 09:20 am

Seen my first skien of pinks flighting in tonight about 40 birds..(seem earlier than usual)...Anyone else seen any?..



they wont stick around long enough for anybody to get a shot at them,they come in the tail end of a moon normally october them move down south, you will get some new arrivals that are daft and get off with the barneys in october. the pink shooting on solway dnt start till late nov thru till end of season.these birds that are in just now will be seen once then you wont see em again

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 11:48 am

Seen my first skien of pinks flighting in tonight about 40 birds..(seem earlier than usual)...Anyone else seen any?..



they wont stick around long enough for anybody to get a shot at them,they come in the tail end of a moon normally october them move down south, you will get some new arrivals that are daft and get off with the barneys in october. the pink shooting on solway dnt start till late nov thru till end of season.these birds that are in just now will be seen once then you wont see em again
nonsence....
Nonsence :thumbs: have to agree

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#19 markyboy

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 05:18 pm

thats just experiance that i have had you mabie shoot dif merses than me. but any pinks now dont stay long. where on solway do you get pinks coming off in morning in mid sept? cos al need tae gan down and see this.

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Posted 14 September 2009 - 03:47 pm

where on solway do you get pinks coming off in morning in mid sept? cos al need tae gan down and see this.

Were on this thread did anyone mention regulary flighting pinks on the solway in mid september?...the thread was about fresh birds in and how early they seemed to be and if any other fowlers had seen many birds heading in to the solway and other estuary's.....speck savers springs to mind.

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Posted 14 September 2009 - 04:48 pm

Burnley,, Lancashire a big skien of pinks went over last night (sunday 13th september) heading west towards southport/ martinmere direction , their going to start pouring in now this next couple of weeks


is anyone seeing wigeon yet ?

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Posted 15 September 2009 - 11:54 am

Pinks have started arriving at Matin Mere reserve,(Have a look at there website under wildlife sightings).

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Posted 15 September 2009 - 08:06 pm

where on solway do you get pinks coming off in morning in mid sept? cos al need tae gan down and see this.

Were on this thread did anyone mention regulary flighting pinks on the solway in mid september?...the thread was about fresh birds in and how early they seemed to be and if any other fowlers had seen many birds heading in to the solway and other estuary's.....speck savers springs to mind.

sorry big man




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